Description: Popular Olympic Eventing Horse Breeds Some breeds are better suited to eventing competition than others, and breeds tend to fall in and out of favor in the highly fickle world of eventing. Here I’ve compiled a list of the most popular breeds used in by the 2008 Olympics equestrian eventing teams.
Description: Any horse, whether a registered purebred or a mixed breed with unknown parents, can compete in the Olympics. Most Olympic riders, however, choose horses from specific breeds and pedigree lines to find the best prospects for the competition. In jumping and eventing, Warmblood and light horse breeds predominate, while ...
Description: Most breeds can do most activities at lower levels (pony and draft breeds not withstanding ). If you're new to eventing, I would focus strictly on the horse's experience as that will be the thing that makes it enjoyable and allows you to learn and excel.
Description: Eventing (also known as three day eventing or horse trials) is an equestrian event where a single horse and rider combine and compete against other competitors across the three disciplines of dressage, cross-country, and show jumping.This event has its roots in a comprehensive cavalry test that required mastery of several types of riding. The competition may be run as a one-day event (ODE ...
Description: Entry-level eventing horses. If you’re just starting out in the sport and are looking for a new horse you don’t have to go for a particular breed, after all, many crossbreeds make great eventing horses, but that said, if you do want to have a purebred horse then these breeds are perfect for entry-level eventing.
Description: Your first eventing horse doesn't need an extended trot that will score a 10 in dressage; he doesn't need to be able to gallop forever. He needs to be fun to ride and fun to be around, able to carry you safely and comfortably around your first few entry-level events, both in and (especially) out of the ring.
Description: Join our fun online horse game! Horse Eden is a SIM game focused on Eventing, that is free to join. Breed, train, and show your virtual horses in dressage, show jumping, and cross country. Your horses are only half the equation though! To succeed you need to hire and train up riders. We feature a realistic show system.
Description: So, I'm looking at an working pupil position with an eventer, and you need your own horse. I have a few horses, but they aren't eventers, and probably never will be. So I'm looking for a new horse. I don't want to spend too much, but I know the right horse won't necessarily be 2 grand. So give me a few ideas on good eventing breeds.
Description: The world's most popular horse breeds may surprise you ... or not.. There are so many horse breeds that it would take an entire book to cover the subject. A breed for every purpose, horses come in all shapes, colors, and sizes. Yet, despite the stiff and extensive competition, a number of breeds have become consistent favorites among equestrian circles, such as the Gypsy Vanner and the Arabian.
Description: And the eventing horse, the elite athlete. Thoroughbreds are marvelous breeds. Everyone thinks they are hot headed and pushy, but they are so sweet and loving, I have a 10 year old mare off the track, she's had four foals and I am now retraining her to be a hunter and jumper horse, I can take her on the trail and she does great, I am only 12 ...
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